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STPI to invest Rs 120 cr in Bengal in single project

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Kolkata | Thursday, 2018 11:15:04 PM IST
In a bid to boost exports, the Software Technology Parks of India (STPI) is making an investment of Rs 120 crore in a single project here to expand the scope of delivery of technology services to eastern and northeastern parts of the country.

To be set up on a built-up area of around 2 lakh square feet, the project will house a network operating centre and a data centre and offer high speed data communication services to the IT and ITeS industry in the state.

"The largest investment for STPI on a single project is in the incubation centre at Salt Lake. There will be a network operating centre and a data centre in a single ecosystem which will offer high speed data communication services to the IT and ITeS industry in Bengal," said its Director General Omkar Rai.

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2018-12-06-22:36:05 (IANS)

 
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